TORA Launches Charting Solution Powered by ChartIQ
TORA – SAN FRANCISCO – TORA, provider of the industry’s most advanced investment management platform, today announced the launch of a sophisticated new multi-asset charting technology powered by ChartIQ.
The fully integrated new tool, which supplements TORA’s existing charting technology, provides a powerful yet intuitive charting platform featuring a full suite of drawing tools and technical indicators. Combining real-time streaming market data with an advanced, HTML5-based architecture, the charting tools enables analysis of equities, derivatives and FX instruments in a fully customizable manner. Developed with an optimized trading workflow in mind, the new tool allows users to trade directly from charts and plot fills against real-time market data.
Commenting on the launch, Oren Blonstein, Global Head of Product at TORA, said: “In only a few years, ChartIQ has carved out an impressive position in the industry with their advanced charting and data visualization tools. We’re excited to augment our current charts with ChartIQ’s technology, which will provide our clients with better analysis capabilities and more data-driven trading decisions.”
Dan Schleifer, CEO & Co-founder of ChartIQ, added: “By virtue of its elegant architecture, the integration of our tools into TORA Compass was extremely straightforward, with development only taking two weeks. We see TORA’s powerful platform and sophisticated user base as a natural fit for our offering, and are pleased to officially launch it today.”
The new charting tool is available to all TORA Compass OEMS users immediately. Interested clients should contact email@example.com.
ChartIQ provides advanced HTML5 charting and data visualization solutions for capital market applications. Based out of Charlottesville, Virginia, with offices in New York, London, and Cyprus, ChartIQ has more than 150 customers around the world. ChartIQ helps investment banks, brokerages, trading platforms, and financial portals replace and transition from legacy charting technologies to HTML5.
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